Dagher Audit perform (internal) financial and
risk management audits and independent statutory
(external) financial audits of commercial and public sector
Dagher Audit assess local and central government
departments. with the aim of improving efficiency and
Dagher Audit are independent specialists who review the accounts of companies and organisations to ensure the validity and legality of their financial records. They can also act in an advisory role to recommend possible risk aversion measures and cost savings that could be made.
Dagher Audit work in accounting departments and with independent chartered and certified firms, examining the money going in and out of organisations and making sure it is recorded and processed correctly.
Key activities include:
Dagher Audit work typical office hours from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday. They may need to work extra hours or during the weekend to meet deadlines, particularly during tax audits.
Dagher Audit sometimes travel to meet clients and visit factory or warehouse locations in order to make stock and equipment checks.
Salaries can vary between organisations and sectors.
Dagher Audit can be either internal or external.
Work for professional firms outsourced by client companies.
Work in-house as part of an organisation’s accounting team.
Work for large private companies, organisations and charities.
Internal auditors work largely in the private sector to improve the efficiency of businesses and identify where processes are not working as they should.
Work with firms of chartered and certified accountants, such as the Lebanese Association of Certified Public Accountant.
Carry out obligatory audits of the public sector and governmental bodies.
May be called to examine the finances of private businesses, especially those working in association with governmental bodies.
External auditors play a vital role in ensuring that money raised by taxes is used effectively and efficiently.
Key skills for Dagher Audit